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The Screenwriter's Problem Solver: How to Recognize, Identify, and Define Screenwriting Problems
Field tells you step-by-step how to identify and fix common screenwriting problems. Learn how to understand what makes great stories work; make your screenplay
work in the first ten pages; use a "dream assignment" to let your creative self break free overnight; make action build character; and overcome writer's block forever.
500 Ways to Beat the Hollywood Script Reader: Writing the Screenplay the Reader Will Recommend
This ultimate insider's guide to screenwriting is designed to get you past the fiercest gatekeepers in Hollywood: the Hollywood script readers. This small
army of freelancers will be among the first to read and evaluate your script and then to recommend it -- or not -- to the studios, directors, and stars.
|How Not to Write a Screenplay: 101 Common Mistakes Most Screenwriters Make Denny Martin Flinn Flinn understands that while all good screenplays are unique, all bad screenplays make the same set of mistakes. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls of bad screenwriting, while gaining useful knowledge from Flinn's no-nonsense analysis of the latest techniques for writing screenplays that sell.|
The Screenwriter Within: How to Turn the Movie in Your Head into a Saleable Screenplay
D. B. Gilles
If you've ever dreamed of writing a screenplay, this is the book for you. Insightful, inspirational, and wildly irreverent, it takes you through all
the stages of the writing process, using references to hit movies -- and the author's personal experience to show you how it's done.
Laughing out Loud: Writing the Comedy-Centered Screenplay
Writing comedy is easier said than done. Using examples from Chaplin to Seinfeld, Aristophanes to Woody Allen, Horton identifies the essential elements of comedy,
tracing its history to two main branches -- anarchistic and romantic. But the book is also practical guide to writing feature comedy and episodic TV comedy,
complete with schedules and exercises designed to unblock any writer's comic potential.
1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Steven Jay Schneider
This critically-acclaimed volume spans more than a century of movie making, concisely describing 1001 of the best films from around the world.
With entries that go back to 1902, each one includes a full list of cast and credits, awards won by the film, an essay summarizing the story
line and screen-history, and still shots of the film's memorable scenes. A must for every film fanatic.
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